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Splicer
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Re: PlayStation® Portable Router Configuration Guide

Sep 21, 2010

some message appear here:

A connection error has occurred.The connection to the acces point timed out.

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Re: PlayStation® Portable Router Configuration Guide

Sep 22, 2010

 


Microboy90 wrote:

some message appear here:

A connection error has occurred.The connection to the acces point timed out.


 

Okay, when this happens you should start over from scratch, delete the connection from the PSP, reboot the router, and setup a new connection on the PSP.

 

This error just means the router hasn't responded to the PSP because the path is invalid.





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Re: PlayStation® Portable Router Configuration Guide

Sep 22, 2010

i already did the reeboot and nothing!! idk what's happen...but the net from my neirbog is free and i can acces!!

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Re: PlayStation® Portable Router Configuration Guide

Sep 23, 2010

 


Microboy90 wrote:

i already did the reeboot and nothing!! idk what's happen...but the net from my neirbog is free and i can acces!!


Does your connection have WEP?

 





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Re: PlayStation® Portable Router Configuration Guide

Sep 23, 2010

yes i got a wep key!! im im put the web good!! ,i try already with other psp of my friend ,and same doesnt connect

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Re: PlayStation® Portable Router Configuration Guide

Sep 30, 2010

Double check the WEP key making note that it is case-sensitive. I would troubleshoot by disabling WEP on the router and then establish a connection with the PSP. If it works, then the problem is the WEP key.





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Re: PlayStation® Portable Router Configuration Guide

Sep 30, 2010

i already connect with my network,i just move the opcion Mixed 802.11g-802.11b to 802.11b and boom i can connect now to my net,jejeje i hat to move that option!

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Re: PlayStation® Portable Router Configuration Guide

Dec 15, 2010

sorry , if no here my quetion

 

but i have one ask for anyone answer , lol

 

 

what's this " AOSS " , and where is botton the " AOSS " ??

 

i have PSP 3000

 

thanks

 

 

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Re: PlayStation® Portable Router Configuration Guide

Mar 22, 2012

I can't find a place for mode g/b in my router settings.  I'm using a Netgear WND3300 and have looked everywhere.  If I don't get this working my autistic son is going to lose it!

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Re: PlayStation® Portable Router Configuration Guide

Mar 30, 2012

The PSP only supports 802.11b mode, so your router must be set to support wireless-B devices (b/g or b/g/n).

The PSP does NOT support WPA2 security, so you must use WPA or WPA+WPA2 mixed mode.

The most secure setting for the PSP is WPA-PSK (AES).

If your PSP shows "not supported" on your wireless you are using WPA2 and must enable WPA as well.

If you are using MAC address filtering you must add the MAC of your PSP to your router.

The PSP browser is crap. Don't even waste your time browsing on the PSP. It's worthless for that.

PSYCLONE6 wrote:

once I search for a site it attempts to load & all i get is the blank-white screen. Everything active, enabled & 100% signal.

That's likely just the crap PSP browser. The PSP browser is so out of date it's almost useless. Lots of sites will not work and typically show a blank page.

TCS1023 wrote:

I can't find a place for mode g/b in my router settings.  I'm using a Netgear WND3300 and have looked everywhere.  If I don't get this working my autistic son is going to lose it!

That Netgear router has annoying set up options. They just have a mode selection (Mode-1, Mode-2), and don't clearly state what each mode does. However, the default mode of your router should be okay (270mb @ 5GHz & 54mb @ 2.4GHz). Just make sure you are using WPA+WPA2 mixed mode for security. If that doesn't work try mode-4 (130/54).


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